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Bon Jovi, Photo By Damien Loverso

Bon Jovi, Photo By Damien Loverso

Bon Jovi Because We Can Tour Heads To Australia In December

by Paul Cashmere on May 1, 2013

in Live,News

The Bon Jovi Because We Can will reach Australia in December.

Bon Jovi photo by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Bon Jovi photo by Ros O'Gorman

Bon Jovi will return to Australia on their world tour but it is unconfirmed at this stage if Australia will see guitarist Richie Sambora back in the band.

Sambora abandoned the band on April 13 in Calgary to deal with “personal issues” but those issues have been reported as being a riff between himself and Jon Bon Jovi. Richie left the American tour and will not be see in Europe or South African shows.

Australian dates are:

December 7, Melbourne, Etihad Stadium
December 11, Adelaide, AAMI Stadium
December 14, Sydney, ANZ Stadium
December 17, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium

The setlist from their April 25, 2013 show in San Jose was:

Water Made Me (from What About Now, 2013)
You Give Love A Bad Name (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)
Born To Be My Baby (from New Jersey,1988)
Raise Your Hands (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)
Lost Highway (from Lost Highway, 2007)
Whole Lot Of Leavin’ (from Lost Highway, 2007)
It’s My Life (from Crush, 2000)
Because We Can (from What About Now, 2013)
What About Now (from What About Now, 2013)
We Got It Going On (from Lost Highway, 2007)
Keep The Faith (from Keep The Faith
Amen (from What About Now, 2013)
Bed Of Roses (from Keep The Faith, 1992)
Runaway (from Bon Jovi, 1984)
We Weren’t Born To Follow (from The Circle, 2009)
Who Says You Can’t Go Home (from Have A Nice Day, 2005)
I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead/Dancin’ In The Street (from Keep The Faith, 1992)
Bad Medicine/Start Me Up (from New Jersey, 1988)
Wanted Dead Or Alive (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)
Have A Nice Day (from Have A Nice Day, 2005)
Living On A Prayer (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)
Blood On Blood (from New Jersey, 1988)
I Love This Town (from Lost Highway, 2007)

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